|Sports Briefs: 05-24-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 24 May 2012 09:46|
BGSU volleyball gets Syracuse transfer
Kelsey Bates is transferring from Syracuse University to Bowling Green to play volleyball.
She will be able to play for the Falcons immediately and has three years of eligibility remaining.
Bates played at Parkway High School and was a third-team All-Ohio Division III in 2010 and led Parkway to the semifinals of the state championship as a senior.
Bates played in six matches for Syracuse in 2011.
Perrysburg Jr. High wins all-sports trophy
PERRYSBURG - Perrysburg Junior High's athletic programs have earned the inaugural Northern Lakes League Junior High all-sports trophy award.
The trophy is to the member school that earns the most points throughout the school year. Points are earned for each championship and runner-up finish. Perrysburg led the competition all year.
Perrysburg's champions were: boys and girls cross country; eighth grade football; wrestling; and boys track.
Perrysburg's second-place finishers were: eight grade volleyball; seventh grade football; eighth grade girls basketball; and seventh grade boys basketball.
Owens' Berger tied for 28th at Nationals
PLYMOUTH, Ind. - Owens Community College's Luke Berger is tied for 28th after Wednesday's second round of the NJCAA Division II men's national golf tournament.
Berger shot a 74 and has a 36-hole total of 151, 7-over-par. Ryan Mulvany of Tyler (Texas) Junior College leads the field at 141.
The third of four rounds at Swan Lake Resort is today.
Bibler records hole-in-one
PERRYSBURG - Bowling Green resident Deb Bibler recorded a hole-in-one recently at Tanglewood Golf Club.
Bibler aced the 115-yard No. 12 using a six-iron.
BGHS coaching openings
Bowling Green High School has coaching openings for the following sports: junior varsity boys basketball, freshmen boys basketball, freshmen girls basketball, junior varsity boys and girls soccer, and freshmen volleyball.
Rossford sports physicals
ROSSFORD - Rossford High School will be conducting sports physicals Wednesday in the high school gym.
Cost is $20 and the program will run from 5:15-7 p.m. Participants are asked to use to the back entrance of the fieldhouse
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